Behind a Manhattan Loft Interior Design Photoshoot

It’s not your average New York Luxury Apartment, the couple flew their interior designer from the middle east to design their modern yet retro loft.

I have started my architectural and interior design photography day by scouting the space with the “Liat Hayut” the interior designer on the project and her New York clients.

Having in mind the renovation and the attention for details I started with my photography assignment.

Living Room:

Everything starts with a modern yet warm living room, unique concrete wall with hardwood floors.

I photographed the space to capture the essence of the warm yet clean design in a very symmetrical way.

While we try to keep the viewer focused on the one space at a time, sometimes it makes sense to incorporate few spaces in a one photo, it is also helps to explain the floor plan and how all the spaces connect together.

photo credit: velich studio new york interior design photography

Overall Photo:

As it’s a relatively small loft with 2 bedrooms on a 1700sqft apartment we decided the one overall photo would make sense.

I photographed the living room from the other side incorporating the dining area with the great brick retro wall and a hint to the kitchen .

This photo gives a better understanding for the layout, the warmth’s of the apartment, the great wood flooring and custom concrete living room wall and brick dining feature wall as well.

Dining Room:

While a dining table is a dining table this photo comes to show the unique custom wall covering of bricks and a hint to the kitchen as well.

Combination of design accessories that take much more value in a commercial level of photo rather than yet another closeup or detail shoot

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Overall Photo:

As it’s a relatively small loft with 2 bedrooms on a 1700sqft apartment we decided the one overall photo would make sense.

I photographed the living room from the other side incorporating the dining area with the great brick retro wall and a hint to the kitchen .

This photo gives a better understanding for the layout, the warmth’s of the apartment, the great wood flooring and custom concrete living room wall and brick dining feature wall as well.

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